Tech Bytes

Trigger warning: The following story shares an individual’s experience diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Faced with difficult times and professional uncertainty after retiring as a firefighter in 2020, Todd Lunn never gave up on…
Written by Timothy Summers, executive director at ASU Enterprise Technology 
Each year, March marks Women's History Month – a time to celebrate the bold, resilient and fearless women shaping their communities, and the world at large. 
Since the creation of the internet the challenge of collaborating and performing in real-time-sync from a distance has been a major obstacle for musicians around the world. Always on the “wish-list,” during the COVID-19 pandemic and with more than 2…
Every year, ASU’s Enterprise Technology acknowledges dedicated team members who have reached milestone years in their service to the university through the annual Service Awards. 
Amid the ever-evolving digital landscape across campuses, ASU’s hub for filmmaking and media production underwent a transformative shift of its own last semester. 
Digital twins are experiencing a resurgence, with markets anticipating the technology to grow from $6.9 billion in 2022 to $73.5 billion by 2027.  
Strap on a headset, slip on hand controls and become fully immersed in new worlds and virtual experiences.
As our daily interactions become increasingly digitized, navigating how data is collected, stored and used by individuals or organizations has become an ever-evolving discussion centered on data privacy and digital autonomy.
In the fast-paced world of technology advancements, ASU’s Enterprise Technology is both driving innovation and proactively supporting both existing and emerging technologies. 
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The world of technology is one of constant change. From new innovations uncovering shifted dynamics to shaping human interactions, technology is a disruptive force with the ability to both enhance and, on occasion, challenge the ways we learn, work…
Smart technology enhances the ways we live with more convenience, safety and inclusive services. When applied to the systems governing campuses, cities, regions and even the world, they can connect underserved communities and respond effectively to…
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In spite of our tendency to break things down into tidy time frames, like a new year or academic semester, change constantly turns over the status quo. Especially in the world of technology, where disruptive innovation may evolve rapidly from the…
Lily Wong, an instructor at the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, opens her laptop and links to the five motion-detecting smart screens fixed to the walls in front and beside her desk. She opens her Zoom room, and one by one, remote students replace…
“Don’t give up. We can finish this together,” said Alexa Tarvid, team supervisor at ASU’s Experience Center, as she recounts conversations with Arizona residents applying for the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP). 
Karla Murphy and Chelsie Schlesinger, co-instructors at ASU’s New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, have spent the last few semesters steeped in student podcast episodes. 
ASU computer science senior Krishna Prasad Sheshadri worked with visually impaired students when he was in high school in India. “I got involved in the processes for visually impaired students, especially those with economically disadvantaged…
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Get an inside look at how Enterprise Technology at Arizona State University delivers a dynamic digital ecosystem for a better connected and inclusive university and community – check out Enterprise Technology’s 2022 Year in Review.  
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The need for tech-savvy employees across industries is expected to increase 15% by 2031, much faster than the average rate of employment for all U.S. occupations.